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MHajduk



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3200th wrote:
Alright, I believe you now! This song is definitely a godsend: what an angelic voice! Wink
Cool song with a very strong message! Wink
3200th wrote:
Trust you? Rolling Eyes I don't think so! Laughing
Oh, poor me...ImageImage
Post 25 Aug 2010, 09:58
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MHajduk



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A few beautiful songs from the cradle of the whole humanity, Ethiopia. Wink
Very Happy
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Тина Кароль (Tina Karol) is a very talented singer from Ukraine. Her MVs are always hard to forget, quite often due to the specific sense of humor... Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Zeritu Kebede - CimeshVery Happy

Nice, pleasant songs MHajduk.
Africa's music is inexhaustible, the musical traditions and influences are way too much. Numerous talented artists.



French vocalist Satine Orient, Paul Lawler from the UK and Paul Speer from the USA.
Wonders CD is a musical journey to awe inspiring places on Planet Earth.

Paul Lawler & Paul Speer Featuring Satine Orient - Amazonia
Paul Lawler & Paul Speer Featuring Satine Orient - Chaco Vox
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Picnic wrote:
Paul Lawler & Paul Speer Featuring Satine Orient - Amazonia
Paul Lawler & Paul Speer Featuring Satine Orient - Chaco Vox
Both songs are calming and reflective, good choice. Smile

MV accompanying the second one shows some shots of the places inhabited by Anasazi people (Ancient Pueblo Peoples). I liked especially the beautiful aerial views of the Pueblo Bonito. Wink


Let's come back for a while to the Ethiopian music: I like to listen to this song, with a catchy but "non-aggressive" rhythm:You may notice there one characteristic music instrument which is called "Krar". It's a kind of original, Ethiopian form of lyre known in the other parts of the world since antiquity. Very Happy
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Triangle Sun is Russian electronic / lounge trio.

'The Sun' song has a deep lounge bassline and interesting vocals by Vadim Kapustin, a soup of Morten Harket (A-HA) and George Michael Razz

Triangle Sun - The Sun
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Picnic wrote:
Triangle Sun - The Sun
Sounds a bit like a one of the Simply Red's ballads, moody and smooth. Wink

Alexander Rybak is a Norwegian singer, composer, musician and actor of Belarusian descent, winner of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. Enjoy! Wink
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kali, monté la rivié.
such a song in french and créole.

this is one of my favourite songs ever heard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypLqaGK3YfI



climbing the river.
between the rocks and the roots,
one day you will see,
the source of th river.
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edfed wrote:
kali, monté la rivié.
such a song in french and créole.

this is one of my favourite songs ever heard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypLqaGK3YfI
Very good and refreshing song - I like Caribbean music since my school times. Smile
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Nice song edfed.


Cocteau Twins were a Scottish alternative & dreamy rock/pop band active from 1979 to 1997.
I love this band, below are two of my fav songs.

Cocteau Twins - Pandora
Cocteau Twins - Serpentskirt
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8tJCv8hwb0
Here, try different kind of music.
I do not know if you will like it, because it is in Latvian, but words are not important, because when I heard this song first time I understood about 5% of words, but still loved it. By the way, it is a capella. Listen and say what you think. Wink
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klavs.pr wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8tJCv8hwb0
Here, try different kind of music.
I do not know if you will like it, because it is in Latvian, but words are not important, because when I heard this song first time I understood about 5% of words, but still loved it. By the way, it is a capella. Listen and say what you think. Wink
Truly stunning performance! Sounds like something between Mozart music and folk songs to me. I can even hear there some elements of the medieval knights' songs. Seems to be something like an anthem - I can deduce it from the sublime character and reactions of the people. Smile
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Picnic wrote:
Cocteau Twins - Serpentskirt
I like it, quite somnambulistic and unearthly. Wink In the 80's here, in Poland, were artists who created music in similar style:
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MHajduk wrote:
Sounds like something between Mozart music and folk songs to me.

Author of music is Jāzeps Vītols. No, it is not traditional folk song. Traditional folk songs are simplier. But it is definately folk's song.

By the way, you can hear this song live every 5 years. You just need to come to Latvia. Very Happy
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Here is another one for you. Author is playing piano.
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klavs.pr wrote:
By the way, you can hear this song live every 5 years. You just need to come to Latvia. Very Happy
Maybe some day... Wink

All those uplifting songs evoke so strange feelings... You know, my father has some "Latvian episode" in his life. He was born in Belarus, and as a Pole was repatriated from USSR to Poland in 1957. This was a long way with many intermediate stages - one of them took place in Latvia, exactly in Jelgava where my 7-years old father saw the Latin letters for the first time. Smile
klavs.pr wrote:
Here is another one for you. Author is playing piano.
Moving song and nice faces of the singers. Wink Seems that romantic composition refers to the pre-Christian culture of the Baltic nations and reminds us about common roots. Your Perkons, god of the thunderstorm, is the same as our (Slavic) Perun.
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Here you have something similar: a music theme from the Polish movie "Stara baśń: Kiedy słońce było bogiem" ("An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God") composed by Krzesimir Dębski:Very Happy
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Melodious folk song performed in three different languages Mandarin Chinese and Russian & Uyghur, telling us the story about a beautiful young woman called Kemberhan / Kangbaerhan:Razz
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Excellent song, IMO Wainwright performed it much better and with higher engagement than Leonard Cohen does. Wink

I haven't heard Wainwright's songs before, very good recommendation. Smile
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